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PARIS (Reuters) - A strong showing by hardline leftist Arnaud Montebourg in France's Socialist Party presidential primary has made the selection of a moderate candidate less of a certainty and could drag the party's 2012 campaign further to the left.
PARIS (Reuters) - Leftist Arnaud Montebourg, known for attacking big business and the European Commission, reaped a political harvest on Wednesday when he was put in charge of an enlarged economy and industry ministry in a choice that may unnerve Brussels and Berlin.
Tsao started his business empire in 1949 with a solitary coal-burning ship and built it into a multi-sector industrial conglomerateThe shipping magnate’s accolades included honorary Singaporean citizenship and Hong Kong’s Silver Bauhinia Star
The Covid-19 pandemic came like a bolt, accelerating digital adoption across the global higher education sector and leading to what some have described as the world’s largest experiment in rapid digital transformation. Here’s how higher education is likely to transform in the new normal post-pandemic:
China to further promote international cooperation with win-win results.
Raising taxes and managing “de-globalisation” for more equitable wealth distribution are some of the suggestions that Asian countries should pursue in the post-Ukraine war recovery.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Chancellor Olaf Scholz said a strong German military was necessary as a deterrent against a Russian attack and criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for clinging to the idea of a "forced peace" in Ukraine, which he said would not work.